EXN/Aero is a whole new kind of CFD solution. In this article, we lay out some of the key arguments sure to convince any engineer to embrace our on-demand, cloud-hosted simulation software,[…]
More engineers are using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation than ever before, and with good reason. The data provided by simulation not only helps engineers to improve product[…]
Envenio hosted a webinar around the topic of setting up a proper transient simulation on Thursday, November 23rd. The webinar was aimed at those engineers considering a move to transient[…]
As computer power becomes more affordable and more accessible, powerful computational fluid dynamics (CFD) techniques are becoming widely used by engineers.
Their goal is to optimize performance[…]
In a month where we unveiled our new-look website, spread the word about our CFD survey, and highlighted a number of EXN/Aero features such as many-to-many and conjugate heat transfer, one could[…]
This article reviews the updated features list of Envenio's EXN/Aero. In this update we focus particularly on 'many to many' and conjugate heat transfer capability. While these features themselves[…]
From the introduction of x86 clusters in the late 1990s to the decade-dominance of vector processing, industry trends and adaptations in high performance (HPC) trends are reflective of[…]